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Roots and Examples 2

aud hear example: audible
photo light example: photography
struct build example: construct
therm heat example: thermometer
vis see example: vision
act do example: action
cycl circle example: bicycle
graph write example: autograph
mem recall example: remember
tact touch example: contact
audible heard or able to be heard
structure the way that something is built, arranged, or organized
infrastructure the basic equipment and structures (such as roads and bridges) that are needed for a country, region, or organization to function properly
thermal related to heat or temperature
revise to re-look at something to change or correct it
visibility the ability to see or be seen
interact to talk or do things with other people
counteract act against (something) : to cause (something) to have less of an effect or to have no effect at all
cycle a set of events or actions that happen again and again in the same order : a repeating series of events or actions
biography the story of a real person's life written by someone other than that person
autobiography the story of a real person's life written by the person it is about
commemorate to do something special in order to remember and honor (an important event or person from the past)
memoir a written account in which someone (such as a famous performer or politician) describes past experiences
tactile relating to the sense of touch
intact not broken or damaged : having every part
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